Warm weather means that outdoor markets are back!
And we have so many great ones right here in Evansville.
It s your chance to #ShopLocal and enjoy your community!
Visit historic Newburgh’s Farmers’ Market every Saturday this summer, starting June 1st.
From 8am-12pm shop for fresh local produce, art, crafts, jellies, jams, syrups, soap and so much more on Newburgh’s scenic riverfront.
Enjoy live music by different area artists, as you walk from booth to booth.
And they’ve stepped up their game by adding events that run within the market like sidewalk chalk contests, zucchini races, cooking demonstrations, learning opportunities, and special programming.
Plus, dogs are welcome!
The Posh Artisan Marketplace Second Saturday Bazaar on the west side of Evansville opens its’ season on June 8th with several vendors.
They’ve got events for kids, like face painting, and walk inside Posh Artisan Marketplace for even more vendors in the air conditioning.
The Franklin Street Events Association’s Summer Bazaar will open May 25th, and it will be rocking!
With live music, food demonstrations, and yoga, this bazaar is anything but ordinary.
They’ve got every sort of vendor you could possibly imagine, you never know what you’ll discover!
And yeah, there s a whole block of food trucks!
Bonus, you can beat the heat or shelter from sprinkles in the giant tent!
Also, look for the shops on Franklin Street to have sales that run during the bazaar.
PS: It’s pet friendly too!
When Summer disappears, so do these outdoor markets so get out while the getting is good, and #shoplocal.
In case you missed it, Newburgh’s Farmers’ Market opens June 1st, the Franklin Street Bazaar begins May 25th, and Posh Artisan Marketplace’s Second Saturdays begin on June 8th.
Henderson’s Farmers’ Market is open now through October on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 am till 2 pm.
Don’t miss out on all the fun and shopping.
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